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THE GARDEN AND THE FIELD MEMORANDA FOR MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 4 March 1878

-* THE G AUDEN AND THE FIELD IMEMORANDA' FOlt MAltCH. ACITVAT may now bc expected in agrigultural and horticultural matters, but those will reap thc grcaust benefit from tho desirable change experienced who have kept their land/all along in a state Vf readiness. / In thc dùtchen garden this is the/best time in tlie whole year for sowing and iflanting to secure a goVl supply of vcgotablts for the tables. Early sown cabbages wal now bc ready for transplanting, and a /favourable opportunity Blïould not bc allowed to pass without doing irk Where not already donc, a good sowing of favourite cabbages and cauli- flowers should now bc made. Bids intended for these seeds cali scarcely be coo rich with manure so long aa it is well/decomposed. French beaiiB mayWill be sowli, and now is about thc best time Ipr sowing fieos. It is a good {>lan herc to son different Varieties, some carly and others latoV so as in that way to keep up a successions Baddies, lettuces, onions, leaks, cress, \ and ...

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 4 March 1878

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. Tia reports for the forty-eight honre cndingat 9 a.m. yesterday stated tlie rainfall to he-At Rockhampton, 5-81 inches ; Gladstone, 3-15 ¡ Bundaberg,0-24¡ Marlborough, 2-70¡ Mackay, 7-65 ; Bloomsbury, 10-83 ; Westwood, 1*21 ! Townsville, 0-03 ; Waterview, 0-25 ; Cashmere, B-8S ; Junction Creek, I '35 ., Georgetown, 0-08 ¡ Gillrert River, 0-00 ; Creen Creek, 0'84 ; Normanton, 0'20; Kimberley, 1-24; Bowen, 9-00; Ravenswood, 0 20; Cardwell, 1-20, At Junction Creek, Yaamba, Marlborough, and Bowen heavy rain was falling, and steady rain at Weetwood. It waa showery at Bris liane and Gladstone, and appearances at the Burdekin and Townsville indicated rain.

Publication Title: Morning Bulletin
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MAGISTERIAL ROSTER. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 4 March 1878

MAGISTERIAL ROSTER. Tire following is the list of Justices for At- tendance at the Police Court during thc week : -Monday, i : Messrs, A. L. Bourcicault and James Boyce. Tuesday, ¡j: Messrs. W. Broome and J. Brown. Wednesday, 6: Messrs. C. H. Busaoott and W. Callaghan. Thursday, 7 : Messrs. R. L. Dibdin and A. Feez. Fri- day, 8 : Messrs. J. Ferguson and T. N. Hall. Saturday, 0: Messrs. C. Harden and John Headrick.

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CALENDAR—MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 4 March 1878

CALENDAIt-Mincil. I l''irpit Sun. in Lent "(1-2I1 lit Sen- tloo I0<S 11-10 ll-:« 12-2 0-24 12-42 30m. later than tile liours shewn in tile above tallie.

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 4 March 1878

VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, March 2. Ministers now adm t that tlic cablegram to thc Governor con ained a reservation requiring him to kl ep within thc law in accepting the advil a of Iiis responsible Ministers. It is rum ured that the Governor has intimated that lie will not, without further adrice, act < 1 the resolution of the Assembly of 7 th Janui -y. Thc census returns ihow the population of Victoria to be 840,30t being an increase on thc previous year of 20, ¡04. The Victorian St. Lc ¡er was won hy Mr. James Wilson's First K lg, beating the Hon. J. White's Chester hy a head, after a des- perate race. Mr. Jan es Wilson's Pardon was third. Time ; 3 mi lutes 24 seconds.

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 4 March 1878

tA special charge in made for consignees' announce- ments in this column.I March 3.-Lady Young, H., from Brisbane vii fort«: ti packages drugs, 112 packages groceries, 1 packnfos iron and hardware, 2 boxes tobacco, 65 hags salt, 2 chests 20 half-chests 12 tpiartcr chests tua, 1 halo paper, 3 packages pam tri, H «uses merchandise, 163 packages nines, spirits, and beers, S packages saddlery, package of coin valued £310, © cases ice, 4 trunks boots, 582 bags maize, ti casos fruit, 245 pieces timber, 1 bag oysters, 1 horse, SS packages sundries, and transhipment* for the north. Ex Lady Young, s.: 1 cask, lease merchandise, 2 Coses peas, Beed and lieove. Eic Lady Young, e.: 2 cases Ice, 1 cask 5 cases fruit, J. Uart. Ex Lady Young, e.: 1 coach, 1 parcel, Cobb and Co. Ex Lady Young, H.: 100 bags maize, Cherry ami Lowry. Kx 1 july Young, H. : 4 bale« empty bags, Acheson nnd Allen._

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 4 March 1878

SHIPPING IK TELLIG BKCE, I ARRIVALS, Minen 1.-(In Koppel Hay) R.M.S. BRIfiliANE, 1000 tuns, Captain J. A. Reddell, from (sydney via Brisbane. Passengers-For Townsville : Miss O Niel, Messrs. Walter H avow, T. S. Urown, Cl i arl cs «rimen, and une In tue steorago. For Cooktown : His Honor Judge Hely. Mr. J. W. Daly. ForTJmreday Inland : Ca ullin Walton, Captain Tucker, Mr, John Craig, FÍX In Ule steerage and nineteen on deck. For Singapore : Mr«. Wyse, Mm J. Criffltha, Herd. ». Hammond, ï>r. Joseph Wk, Captain Wyac, M osare. J. ClrilUtlis, A. O. filiiel, A- LUMM», anil «»ne lu the uteimurA For Hongkong: Mrs. Von Halie, Mr. W. Unit;, two in Uie sLQor&ge, ami CS chinese. John Iluadrick mid Co., agents. Mardi 8.-LADY YOUNO, u., 421 tons. Captain W. HUI, from liri »bane viâ porta. Passenger-Miss Pinoome, His Honor Judge Moko, Messrs. H. Boll, Earles, J. Ryan, J. titawarL C. A, IMVICS, Oxenbauld, L. I». Warren, A. Meron, V. Ravenhill, ll. Crosthwaite, and seventeen in the Hteer...

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NEW SCUTH WALES. SYDNEY, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 4 March 1878

NEW SCUTH WALES. I SYDNEY, March 2. The miners at ; Jivil Creek Colliery, near Maitland, struck rv irk, refusing a reduction of fifteen pence a-day. Advices from Fi i state that R.M.S. Sap- phire left on tho Ctl February for Samoa with his Excellency Gove nor Gordon, in the capa- city of High Comn; ssioner of Polynesia, ac- companied by thc I hiof Justice and official staff. Trade is greatly ii creasing in Fiji. Thc cricket mate); was resumed to-day ; the Australian eleven GO red 126 runs in their first innings. Tho Co thined Team have not finished their second nnings.

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COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 4 March 1878

COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR OTK CORRESPONDENTS.) QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, March 2. TUE Executive ht vc decided to libeMMlBtJio prisoner Bo worman who murderously a^^Bbd Mr. Manning some years ago. Tlic Gaielle. noti os that the HonAjtV. H. Long has resigned is seat in thç^ÉMblative Tenders are invi od for the erection of a Court-house at St. Lawrence.

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THE OPEMNING TO THE COMET. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 4 March 1878

TBE OPEMN^ TO THE COMET. j IN addition to the t ¡legraphic message pub- lished in the Bulletin ai Saturday, we subjoin the following mem iranda respecting this interesting event : TILE 1)1NC 1 STONE DAM. lilis structure e cited much admiration from the visitors on ! 'riilay. It is on a novel principle designed bj Mr. lia]lard, and averred to bo the only one of thc lund in thc world%l It consists of an ashl ir freestone wall, about er feet high, thrown ; jniss Dingo Creek jusy above its intersectio i by the railway. The wall is 180 feet in 1 ngtli, besides thc wings which extend a cons dcralilc distance beyond. It is about 2 ft. Oin. »road at the base, which rests on solid rock, md a little over a foot broad at the top. It is supported by eleven counterforts, leaving wei vc intervening spaces about 15 feet apart. The dam is an overshot one, but each countei ort or buttress is made double, and thus cou cried into a miniature aqueduct, carried fro i about 9 inches below the top of tho ...

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CABLEGRAMS. [REUTER'S MESSAGES.] LONDON,March 1. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 4 March 1878

, CABLEGRAMS. [lOUTITltë MESSAGES.) j LONDON,March I. A BRIGADE of G [ards has been placed on a war footing. The Channel Squadron is at Malta. In the House of Commons, yesternight, Sir Stafford Northcote Chancellor of the Ex- chequer, said the Government wore not in possession of infor mtion regarding the peace conditions between Russia and Turkey ; but if they were found in urious to British interests, the Government wi ! fully prepared to vindi- cate its rightB. The United Silv r Coinage Bill has been passed, on rc-consi leration, by a two-thirds majority of the Sec ite, thus setting aside the Presidential veto. The BUL therefore, now becomes law.

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FACTS AND SCRAPS. (From the Papers.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 4 March 1878

FACTS\AND SCRAPS. (Froïi the Papers.) M. JULES JOUHEI T, secretary to thc Paris Exhibition Coiuini ision of New South Wales, is to receive a sal iry at thc rate of £500 a year, travelling « cpenses, oud cost of resi- dence in Paris. Spurious £1 Ci merci.il Bank notes are in circulation in Syd ey. Pulían, the quai ïer-master of the Lusitania, died suddenly at E jrdney, on February 18, of disease of the heal t. Thc directors of the Adelaide and Glenelg railway have acce led to the request to dis- continue running trains on Sunday during hours of divine ser ice. Mr. Barton, thc barrister in prison for con- tempt of court, wa returned for the vacant seat at Wcllingto , against Mr. Pearce, thc previous member^ /\J A prospectiug \ irty for Kew Gudula has been projected at t jristchurch. Tho Emperor of illina has lately issued an edict prohibiting i liiim smoking throughout thc country, par îcularly among officials, scholars, and solilii ry. Thc edict was issuod at tlic instance of '. lis ...

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EUROPEAN MAILS—1878. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 4 March 1878

KU ROPE AN MAILS-1S7S. Tourna sTiuns nouTF.. AKim'ES nt Rockhampton .. .. Mardi 23. LEAVES Rockhampton .. Marchi.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 4 March 1878

HE TUKSH HATH will he OPßN lîVKItV TUESDAY, from nine a.m. till one p.m., (ur Ladies. J. H. DUSTKIÎ. "For this relief, much thankH."-HAMIXT. SANDY BLIGHT.-CRIPPS'S Eye hatton IR a certain curt. Sold hy all (store- keepers, Li berni allowance. FEVKIt AND AOUK.-Cripps' Fever Cure never foils. Huid by all storekeepers. Liberal allowance. STOMACH AND I.IVK11 COMPLAINTS.-Cripps* Tonic Antibilions Pills Soli hy all storekeeper*. SIC YOUR MEDICAL ATTEND- ANT whnt he thinks nf 1JDOÏ-PHO WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM AHOMATIC SCHNAPPS ns a means of promoting digestion, relieving constitutional weak- ness, superinducing quiet sleep, subduing urinary ailments, strengthening the nerved, assisting enu valusonco and averting tho evil cit'ects of malaria, abrupt transitions of temperature, and unwholesome water. Wo think he viii tell VIKI that it lina no equal in these respects among tho tonics of the pkarina coniuia or aavertiscii prep,vationn. It is not likely that fie will differ from his four thou saud bre...

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CALIFORNIAN ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 4 March 1878

j CAUl'OllMAN IOT1T1Î. I ARRI VHS nt llnrkliamiiton nlmut .. Mureil 8. LEAVES Itvcklnllllliton about Maii'h 20. /Tir Tlio Melb'Trnesiirz mnil anives nt MIX IIOIJRNIialHjilt ?fcnU* earlier, ami derails jilmut Tto^Uilrtarnnw^^ 'sYl'lNE V ' about's liayn earlier, nuit lio^^^^^á. iUtlayh later.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 4 March 1878

DEATH.           HOWARD.-On the 1st March, at Rockhampton, after a short illness, Alfred Howard, late of Windsor, New South Wales. Aged 19 years.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 4 March 1878

OHTBOHILl'S Syrups, Limo Iron, Soda, and Corni aunas strongly recommended by tho faculty for Consumption, and all Diseases of D< bility ; free from auy un- pleasant taste or imell. ELLIOTT Bros., & Co., Wholesalo agent i, Brisbane. Elliott Bros, & Co. WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS AND DRY ' SALTERS, Importers of Patent Medicines, Dragaste' Sundries, Surgical In- struments, Trussls, Etc; Soda-water, and Cordial Manufacturers' Goods. Manufacturers of Acids and Chemicals, Glass Blowers, Etc., Manufacturers of mipcrphosphate, Bone Dust, and. Crushed Bono* 110 aud 112, PJT-STBEET, SYDNEY, and BklSBAVE. Chemical Works and Glass Factory, Iron Cove, Balmain, Sydney. ELLIOTT'S CHAMPAGNE QUININE WINE. . Highly rccommcncfcd by the Faculty, aud acknowledged to bethe purest and cheapest tonic yet introduced I it is thc best restorative for the young, weak,hnd aged ; it strengthens the whole system, ani stimulates the appetite, and is invaluable for Aidigestion, Ncrvousuess, Gout...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 4 March 1878

IMPOUNDED at Rolleston, from Consuelo, by miler of C. D. HavW, Kwi., on tho 22ml February. Driving, 3s. 4d. per hc.nl : - Chestnut mare, 5 over near shoulder, fgX (register) off shoulder, like UNS (register) near lîiigli, star and snip, near hind foot white. Day of sale, 2»tli Mareil, 1S7S. .1. FISH un, Poiinilkccpcr. VALUADLE DISCOVERY FOR THE HAIR.-If your hair is ttirning grey or while, or falling «If, ose " Thc Mexican Îlair Reuewer," for it viït positively restore in every ense Grey or White hair to its original coluur, without leaving the disagreeable Bmell of most "Restorers." It makes thc hair charmingly beautiful, as well as prumotingthc growth of the hair on bald elicits, where the glands are not decayed. ASK your Chemist for "Tur, MRMCAN MUK IÏI:NF\VKII," prepared by HENIIV ('. ííAi.i.i-r, 4íl.'l Oxford Street, London, and sold by Chemists and Perfumers every- where al 3a. (id. per buttle. BOC! K-BOBIN G. RG. FORD'S IMPROVED PATENT . MACHINE for working in tunnels, submar...

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AMERICAN SCIENTIFIC NEWS. (Scientific American, January 19, 1878.) THE HOOSAC TUNNEL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 4 March 1878

AMERICAN SCIENTIFIC NEWS. (Scientific American, Janu inj 10, 1STS.) TUE HOOSAC TON CEL. Tins tunnel, near North Adams, Moss., which was completed some time ago BO as to admit the passage of trail i, was found to need an extension at the eai c end in order to prevent* the downfall of th rocks upon the track from thc cliff at that c id of the tunnel. This facade and buttress hav ? just been com- pleted, and the tunnel au track are pro- nounced in primo order, and ready for all the business which may seek to pass through the great bore. Tho artificial fae de is constructed of granite, some of the bloi ks weighing from four to five tons each. The arch extension is .about 25 feet, and the foci ie about GO feet long by 40 feet high. The Springfield Republican i »VB :-"Onlyone track, is laid at present in the tunnel. The trains are run by telcgrapl passenger trains being allowed ten and frcigl t twenty minutes to pass. Three lights, equic istant, are affixed to the sides of the tunnel, di'...

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LATE ENGLISH AND AMERICAN NEWS. (From the Papers.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Bulletin — 4 March 1878

LATE ENGLISH AND AMERICAN NEWS. -Vi (irani tíic Tapers.) THE following aro tp1 principal items of English and Foreign in! illigence to hand by the P. and O. Co.'s ILM S. Siam, from Point de Gaile : IJNDON, January 18. Tho English Press regards thc Queen's speech and the subserju nt Ministerial utter- ances as regards thc att tude to be observed by Great Britain.in thc resent stage of affairs between Russia and Tur ;ey as satisfactory. The Beveral dockyard! in England continue buBy inconsequence of 1 ic pushing forward of the men-of-war now buil ling. A Conference is short y to be held at tho Royal United Service Institution, of com- manding officers of Vol utecrs from all parts of thc United Kingdom, to consider tlic best means of making tuc for c thoroughly efficient, ami for providing the cc TIS with tho necessary adjuncts for field servie . Thc distress in tile co d mining districts of South Wales is very gi mt. Frightful murders ha e been committed at St. Jean Dulgarde, by a man...

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